Friday, June 14, 2013

Meet Ann Swann and her new release All for Love, A Contemporary Woman's Fiction Book

All For Love

Contemporary Fiction
Ann Swann

Liz falls in love with Quinn the moment they meet in college.  He professes to love her, too.  She begins to think about the future, but his past rips them apart.  What Liz does next impacts the rest of their lives, but she feels it is the only way… she does it all for love.

Released August 23, 2012
5 Prince Publishing

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Twitter: @ann_swann


Ann lives in West Texas with her handsome hubby, Dude, and three rescue pets.  All For Love is Ann’s first women’s novel.  Her Romantic Thriller, Stutter Creek, will be released in June.
 She is also the author of the Middle Grade/Young Adult books: The Phantom Pilot, The Phantom Student and The Phantom of Crybaby Bridge.  Though published by a small press, The Phantom Series is currently available only through the author. 

All For Love

 “I started and finished this book in less than a day. It was impossible to put down. This book isn't a fairytale romance, with a prince or even a "happily-ever-after"(although, the ending was great); this book is about real-life romance, one in which people get hurt, deeply hurt, and need to decide whether that person is still the one for them.” Carolyn Arnold ★★★★★

“Ann Swann has done it again! I found myself on the edge of my seat hurrying along to see what was going to happen next once again. Ann has such a wonderful writing style it made me feel I was right there alongside Liz in that little West Texas town. Anxiously awaiting more works from Ann!”
Tara Anderson ★★★★★

“At first glance, this book is a romance. And a romance it is ... a romance of the most true-to-life kind. Instead of getting Prince Charming who can do no wrong, in ALL FOR LOVE, you have Quinn, the flawed, loveable hero who -- through being himself -- not only steals Liz's heart, but changes her life …”
Serena Rodriguez ★★★★★

My 5 Star Review

Self-examination, heart-ache, addiction, infidelity, affairs, abortion, and the death of a spouse was the center of the well written plot. The moment we met Lizzie we became part of her life trying to make sense of her husband's untimely death. Left with all the doubts and the bad decisions she and her husband made to bring her at a place where she did not trust him, examine her own choices and wondering the what if's of her life. Wandering the town in a desperate attempt to connect with him. Her heart scattered as she tries to pick up the pieces. Yes she loved him with all of her heart, willing to fake it just to keep him close and at the end when she stared down the barrel of a gun life begins again.
A gripping tale that leaves you with a smile as we walked through her marriage of thirty two years and  relive the choices and mistakes they both made. But we also learn about the unfailing love that kept them together as she drowns herself in drinks of Bloody Mary's to keep from missing him to much.
Heartfelt and compassionate we got to know her family and friends, even the men that graced her doorstep. Compelled to read and discover the characters as each made their own choices. With all this said this is also a book of new beginnings, redefining yourself and at the end the cost was worth it.
 A love story that I enjoyed and can recommend.

Thanks Ann for allowing me to review the book. I wish you all the best. 

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